Set 1: d1t01 - Cole's Law (White Strat) d1t02 - Arf, She Cried (White Strat) d1t03 - Point Of No Return > (White Strat) d1t04 - Drums > d1t05 - Moon People (White Strat) d2t01 - In Reply > (Cripe) d2t02 - Hillbillies (Cripe) d2t03 - Band Intros
Set 2: d2t04 - Chance In A Million (White Strat) d2t05 - My Favorite Things (White Strat) d3t01 - You're The One (Explorer, Ozark) d3t02 - It's Up To You (White Strat) d3t03 - Tongue-n-Groove (White Strat, White Stringmaster, Ozark) d3t04 - Band Intros
April 16, 2003 Subject:
c61 v MK4
I did a side-by-side comparison of In Reply from the two sources, and here are my thoughts:
Much louder (either higher gain setting or just more responsive)
Very full sounding
Quieter source, but very dynamic
Less dry and clinical sounding
Less detail, but warmer sound
Great imaging, more spread than MK4
Drums are further back in the mix
More resonant toms
I have to admit, despite being a huge C61 fan, the MK4s give them a run for the money in this case. I'm not a fan of Schoeps in audience applications, but they shine on stage.
I think in 24 bit it would be a different story though.
April 13, 2003 Subject:
better than goosebumps ?
take a listen to this source and then listen to the akg c61 source from kimock taper patriarch Pat Cooper and see if your ears agree with mine this source, C&A's schoeps recording, is fuller, more detailed, and just plain better than PCs effort.